Company directors no longer want to be named on the ASIC register, but journalists say using unique numbers instead to identify them will make business journalism far harder.
If the Greens and Labor vote against having one-third independent directors in the Senate, they will be supporting a gerrymandered system and look captured by their union pay-masters.
What are the boardrooms Australia's corporate high-flyers most want to be in? The ones with perks where no experience is necessary -- but it's still hard work. Crikey names the most coveted.
Plenty of advice is being given to the British MPs who will tonight probably end Rupert Murdoch’s 58-year run as CEO of News by simply allowing him to self-destruct in front of a huge global television audience.